Is there a way to view the actual ans provided in each categ

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Is there a way to view the actual ans provided in each categ

Postby rdbgl » 18 Nov 2017, 10:43

Hi All,

I have a test created in Chamilo and I have 6 different categories. I have to run it like an exam and see the answers provided by students. The format is multiple choice (radio buttons). I have to see which option the student has chosen. Is there a way to see this? In report it provides what is the % of marks student has got in each category, but I cant see the actual answers. Can anyone help me to find out if there is a way out of this? thanks.
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Re: Is there a way to view the actual ans provided in each c

Postby lguirao » 22 Nov 2017, 17:46

Hello

You can view the answers of each student when you grade the exercice:
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Re: Is there a way to view the actual ans provided in each c

Postby rdbgl » 23 Nov 2017, 08:33

Thanks for the revert. When I go to 'Grade activity', it shows me only overall score per category. Individual answers are not shown. Pls see the attached screenshot for your reference.. Is there a way I can see actual answer chosen for each question? (I have used multiple choice questions - with feedback disabled). pls revert. thanks.

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Re: Is there a way to view the actual ans provided in each c

Postby Coursenligne » 14 Dec 2017, 17:51

Hi,
Not sure I understood your concern.
There are 2 different parts to consider:
- The exam point of view
- The student point of view

For the exam point of view, for each category, you get the average of answers, but this is an "all in all" as it is related to exam.
You may have to mark each student to see the student point of view and you'll have the individual score(s).

If you are using sessions, it becomes even harder to understand... But after all, when you get the idea (philosophy), this sounds logical.

I hope this helps.
Please feel free to give a bit more of inputs in case my answer is not what you expected.
I wish you all the best
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